Pleased to see a law coming which will mean travellers can no longer just make a piece of land their home.
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“Residing or intending to reside on land without the permission of the owners or occupier.”
Does that sound like a reasonable law to you? What is amazing to me is that it wasn’t on the statue books decades ago.
It’s section 4 of the Police and Crime Sentencing Bill which has its important third reading in the Commons this week.
That section is aimed at the traveller community who have wreaked so much havoc for so long.
The Guardian have been rallying to their cause. I imagine their editors and writers live in places where they have never come into collision with this “community”.
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They ran a feature the other day and said without comment that none of the travellers interviewed wanted to include their full name “for fear of being traceable by the authorities.” Really?
One lady, her name is Amy lives in a converted van with her two children , said she was a New Traveller- “we don’t have ethnic heritage”- and said she was committed to an alternative way of life “ outside the structures of capitalism”.
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How do they survive financially? Let’s guess.
I am delighted Priti Patel is bringing the law in. And I suspect are you.
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